May 1970 "To the summer pastures: A Montenegrin sheperdess and her son guide their flock to mountain meadows - a journey made each year as spring passes into summer. Autumn's first cool breezes will bring them to their valley again, completing another seasonal cycle in this remote fastness."
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May 1970 "Each flower bespeaks a martyr at Jasenovac in Croatia, site of a World War II concentration camp where 700,000 died. Daisies of a fleeting springtime ring a four-story-high flower of concrete - symbol of life's triumph over evil."
THE HUMBLE WONDER
National Geographic, March 1960 | Katmandu Fruit Vendors Break Winter's Chill With Cotton Quilts | Sidewalk market displays tangerines, guavas, tiny bananas, cashew, papaya (center), peas, and limes....
Vintage National Geographic Scans
The enduring walls of Mnajdra manifest the skills of Maltese masons who 5000 years ago shaped native limestone for the world’s first temples. November, 1977
Johnny, Remember Me
“Out of the infinite patterns on the face of a mud pot emerges the image of man - the arbiter of Yellowstone’s future” - National Geographic, 1978